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Maghrebi origin of early south Iberian Neolithic

Quaternary Research Volume 77, Issue 2, March 2012, Pages 221–234 The Mesolithic–Neolithic transition in southern Iberia Miguel Cortés Sánchez et al. New data and a review of historiographic information from Neolithic sites of the Malaga and Algarve coasts (southern Iberian Peninsula) and from the Maghreb (North Africa) reveal the existence of a Neolithic settlement at least from 7.
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Post-glacial recolonization of Britain happened after 14,700 years BP

Academics / Anthropology : Dienekes' Anthropology Blog (5 years ago)

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Ancient DNA from Neolithic Sweden (Skoglund et al. 2012)

Academics / Anthropology : Dienekes' Anthropology Blog (3 years ago)

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Ancient mtDNA from Cardial culture (early Neolithic Iberia)

Academics / Anthropology : Dienekes' Anthropology Blog (3 years ago)

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